After an HND in Electronic Engineering at Portsmouth I worked in the Standards Lab at Marconi. Leaving there I worked at RS components for three years before setting up and running BCS lab 00122 for 6 years. Finally I was in the RSAF Standards Lab in Dhahran Saudi Arabia.
Having decided that I had worked on weapon systems and their associated problems long enough I then took a BSc in Mathematical methods for information technology at Nottingham Trent University
During my BSc at NTU I spent a year working at Serif (UK) Ltd. with various jobs but generally working on the DTP product PagePlus.
Following the BSc, Serif sponsored me for a PhD in the same place. While there I started lecturing first in computing, statistics and numerical methods, then in Multimedia technology in the Engineering Department and, more recently in the School of Art and Design. My teaching interests are currently in AV Production, especially audio engineering and in Game Design.
My research interests are in Bayesian approaches to statistics especially Kernel Density Estimation. Some links to various writings can be found at the left.
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